Belkin Easy Transfer Cable for Windows Vista Gallery

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It's only a matter of time before Vista makes its big debut, so the folks at Belkin are looking to make the transition a smooth one for you soon-to-be upgraders. Their forthcoming 8-foot transfer cable uses Laplink software to shuttle your files from your old PC to your Vista-based one. It transfers at up to 30GB per hour, which is handy if you can't create a network or lack an external HDD to do your bidding. It'll set you back $39, that is if you plan on buying a Vista PC in the first place.

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hanswurst0815
hanswurst0815

Do the math: External hard disc drives are available from about 60 euros. Why should you buy a cable you will never use again after the job is done for half the price, while you can still use the external disc to hide you porn collection after Vista is installed?